Frequently Asked Questions

As the completion of Trinity Trace nears, many questions have arisen from people in the community about the building, its services and the philosophy. Here are some of the frequently asked questions.

Q. Is Trinity Trace an assisted living facility?
A. No. Like Guest House of Slidell, it will be licensed by the State of Louisiana as a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center. Both offer long term care as well as rehabilitation necessary for individuals to regain strength, endurance and skills to return home successfully.

Q. How much does it cost?
A. Like Guest House of Slidell, Trinity Trace will accept Medicaid, Medicare, some insurance as well as private payment.

Q. Where does the name come from?
A. Trinity Trace borrows its name from it surroundings. The Trace has long been a lovely natural feature of the Mandeville/Covington area and our center sits right across the street from Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church, from whom the land is leased.

Q. Will you offer therapy services?
A. Like Guest House of Slidell, Trinity Trace will offer physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy that help individuals gain function and ability after an illness, injury or condition. While both Guest House of Slidell and Trinity Trace provide long term care, many people are able to complete rehabilitation and return home successfully.

Q. Will there be independent living?
A. Trinity Trace will offer only skilled nursing and rehabilitation services.